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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR..
CUM. ILUXOIS, WBDNB3D1Y. MARCH 5. 18TJ.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Preaching. Habbath at Idj u.in. Ana 7) p.m
Prayer mci'tlnir, Wednesday at 7J p. m.
tjhhalb School, .1 p.m. J.M. Lansden, Su
perintendent. ItKV. 11. TIIAYKH, Pastor
MI.THODI8T.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sts.
Preaching, Habbath at 10( a.m., ami 7 p. lu
Prayer nicotine, Wednesday , 71 p.m.
fjahbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. Stlllwnll,
rSuperlutendent. Rr.v. F. L. TuoMJ-aoN,
CHirilCll OK THE IlKDKKMKlt-lKplico.
Morning prayer". Sabbath 101 a.m.
Evening prayer, 7 p.m.
Sabbath school, U a.m. ,. .
ItKV. K. Coah, Hector.
bT. PATKICK'S CHURCH Ninth Bt. and
Wastiington Avenue. . .,,.
I Ulillu cenlce, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 .m.
hMt. 7 p.m.
Saljlmtlj School, 2 p.m.
herilce every day, 8 a.m.
Ukv. P. .1. O'IIallohan, Priest.
fT..10SKl'IP8 CHlTtCH. (German,) tor.
ncrol Walnut and Cross Hired.
las, eviry Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers, U p. in. . ...
3las durln week day, 8 o'clock a. lu.
ItKV. 0. llOFl'MAN, Priest.
OEItJIAN ' I.UTIIKItANCHtmcll-iatli
street between Washington Avenue and
W alliul street. .... .
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
(sabbath School at 2 o'clock p.m.
11UV. lton'T. IlKLIlKI, Pastor.
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. itegular meeting second Monday
eai h month at their room over Itockwcll
Co'h book store, Commercial at cntic.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, . p.m.at
the loom. .. ...
1,. W. Stillwki.l. President.
KIXONI) MISSIONARY" BAPTIST
UIURCH.-Conicr Sycamore and 1 orty-
tint Mtrectn. Preaching i-ahbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and a o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church l connected with the Illinois
Association, by tho First Millenary Hap-
tut Church ul Cairo.
UKV. Sulomo.S I.eonakd, Pastor.
AFRICAN MKTHODIST.-Fourtecnth, bo
twceii Walnut und Cedar.
Kcrvlcce, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ib.itli School. U p.m.
CUf meets at 3 p.m.
cKCOND Fit KB WILL BAPTIST FR-
vtenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
ben Ice i .Sabbath. 1) and Dp. in.
ItKV. N. ItiCKH, Pastor.
FREE WILL BAP'JUT IIOMB MISSION
SAURATIl SCUOU1.. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
8abbath School. ! a.m.
1IWT FIIBK WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
-Citrry'a Barrack . .
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. 4 i p. m.
Kuv. Wm. Kellkv. Pa.ior.
I'lRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, lu) a,m. and 7) p.m.
Pmyer meeting, Wedueday eteiilii,;.
1'reachlng, Friday evening.
Sabbath school, li p.m. .John VcnBaxter
and Mary Stephens Superintendent.
ItKV. T. J. Sliouta, Pa-itor.
SECOND BAPTIST CIIUIICH-Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. Hen ice, Sabbath, 1 1 a.m. 3 p.m. aad 7 p.m.
1U V. .UCOII BltAULKV. Udur.
CAlUOrCOMaiANTlUltV, No. 13.-Statod
Aeliibly at tbe A) lum MumjuIc Hall, Urnt
uiiil tliira Miiii)j) lucach mouth.
w'AIKO CULNC1L, No.'JI.-UcguUrConyo.
eatlou at Jlutouie Uall, the secoud trlday
lu each mouth.
til... I II l.rlM fr, -I - .llavi.lp C-f
Yocatlou at MhkiiiIu Hall, on Uic Uilrd
Tuexlay id every mouth.
CAlltU LUDOB, NO. 2J7 K.t A. M. Kcjfil-
lar Coliiuiuulcatlona at ilui-onlc Hall, tbu
iccoud and fourth Monda)ol each mouth.
ALBXANDKIl LOUOL', '.- Meet In Odd-
FcllowV Hall, In Arter'n bulldlnB', every
Thuriday ocliiiig at a o'clock.
Oovcrnor-Blchanl .1. Oglesby.
Lleutenant-tioienior Joiiu L. BevcrlUifc.
fcceretury of State lieor-'o II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. B. Lipplucolt.
Suite I'rc.i'iirer Caper Itu.c.
Attorney Ocncral lamci 11. Bdsall
Supt. Public lnstructlon-NewtouUateman
Senator Lyiujii Trumbull and John A.
''fcprcfcntatlvo for the State-at-Largo S.
Ilepreteiiutlvc Thirteenth District .lohn
MBMBBBS OENBKAL ASSEMBLY.
Bepictenlathes In thu Wth ilM-lct
John 11. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma and ilatb
ew J. IiiMore.
Senator lor tho Mtli dUtrlet. Jee are.
Jtidce I). .1. Baker, or Alexander.
SUdo' Attoniey Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yoetim.
Sberiir A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aeior and Trcaeurcr.
.Tmlirn V. Bros.
Aaioclate-J. B. McCrlto and S. MarcUll.
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Uonman.
Mayor ilobu M. Lnusdcn.
Treasurer II. A. Cuunlnliam.
Comptroller B. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. 11. Pope.
Police Magistrates F.Brons aud B. Shan
Chicl of Poliee-L. IJ. Mycr.
Mayor .John M. Lannlcn.
Hrt Ward P. O. Schuh.
Second Ward 0. K. Woodward.
Third Ward .Ino. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staato Taylor.
Clty-at-Largo W. P. Hulllday nd D.
BOAUn op ALDKIIMKN.
Flrt Ward -Jamoti lleardon, A. B. Saf.
lord, Iuao Walder.
Second Ward-It. II. Cunningham. B. Bu
dcr, (). Stanccl, Janie Swaynu.
Third Ward-Wm. Slnutou, .1. , i!,iiH.
Fourth Ward-Jno. JJ. ltubln.on, U. 11.
ease, J. U. Metcalf.
U. WAUDNKR, M. D.
Ofllco aud Hckidcnce 111 Conimcrclal ave
nue, (ucst duortothu Athcneuin).
DR. 13. 0. TAB 151?,
Will rcrittmo tho practice ol his profession
with o-pccial reference to tho electrlea
treatment ot dLcancs In nil the new und Im
proved methods or application.
In all cases of .emale complaint a lady
will be In attendance. .
Office, VH Commercial aTdnuc, up stair.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
EKH)ENi;K-Nn. 21 TtiirteBih itr.ett, b.
.a ivitlnniinu avenue u l Wliml atrrft.
oe 1J I Oomiiiori I d urenun, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
JjKHiriKNCK-coroprNinlh ami Walaut sU,
V()(r-e COI06I 1 x I ti lrcel ami Ohio lf.
ITSco hour fr'.Di (I a. in, to It! a , and 9 p.m
It. S. lirtlOHAM, M. 1
Ilomrnpatblo Phykician uud Surgeon. Of
Be 13(1 Commercial avenue. He1deara on
Tenth strict, Hires Ugort west or c. It.
TIIU INAUOUHATIOJJ or.rjK
MONIES AT THE OAI'I-TOL.
AN IMMENSE CROWD OF SPECTATORS.
A DELEGATION OF MEXICAN
SOLDIEKS IN THE
THEY CAIMIY T1IEI11 TATTEUED
OEN. SIIEHMAK ENTEHTAINS
TUK WET POINT
VADlllhoruy, March t. Thu morning
opened clear but bitter cold, many thou
stud persons werij on tho sir fit nml
found it almost iinpoitlblu to kicp warm,
but this had no effect lu letnng their anx
iety to be on tbu ground oarly.
Early In tho day tho rntllUry and
civlo organization began asiumblliig on
Pennsylvania avenue well of tho execu
tive maniion, and by 10:80 nearly nil wore
lu position. By this t'lmij tho avenuo was
allvo with persons, many of the visitors
wtnding their way to the White Hoaso to
too tbu procettion move.
Matters nro oiceedingly quiet fit tbo el
Prompt to t&a titno docldel upon by
General Brry, grand marshal, thu mov
ing of tho precession took place. The
triMps wero in roidlnos and bcan the
lineofmsreh. They wrari precoJe 1 by
a plaltoon of mounted police; followed by
tbo Second U. b. Artillery band, with tbo
grand marshal and bis assistants and
thu military committee on organisation.
The president, occupying an open car
rig, accompanied by Senators Crngiu,
Login und Bayard, J lined tbo procession
soon after starting, taking is p i.ltl jn la
the third division of the paradu. Tho car
riage in which bo tat was drawn by four
closely clipped, mouso colored horo.
Ilil oir rt.r was n ik'nal of hearty
kUrering, waving of baud kerchiefs and
other demonstrations, as bu roJa along.
Immediately precidiug his carringe was
Tho Philadolphin City cavalry, division
under tho command of Colonel Andenreid.
Tli-j military part of it consi.tod ol tho
president's mounted guards of this city ;
the governor's mnumud guard; tho Bos
tun laticur; vice presideut elect, governor
of ibis district, completing division first.
Tim fecotid division of tbo procession con
s:s ltd of military, Including cadets from
West Point; midshipmen from Annapo
lis; Uliitid Stales artillery on foot;
battalion of United States
marines, tho Old Guard of Now York ; the
Si. Louis gtmrds ; and tevcral othur organ
izations. Third division consisted of
United States troops. Fourth diviiion
were orcaniz'ttions from ditfereut larg
cities. Fifth division vrero troops from
diOorcns ctatos. Sixth division consisted
of colored troops, who presented u credit
A largo sqund of mounted . polico prn
coded tho procosslon and kept tho
From encroaching upon tho lino of march.
Altogether, tho civil and military organ
isttioiM n'tmbsral o'rtj 13 0)1, anlmiLi
un Imposing display, and causing tho
thousands of spectators to, for a time, for
got tho Intensely cold Htmosplioro und
clouds of dust that blow in their faces.
FIFTY THOUSAND P KOFLE.
Notwithwlthstanding tbo excitement, pro
served excellent order, lu tho procession
was an omnibus contniMni: n number of
vetrani of tho Mexican war bearing their
tattorred battlo flogs. Tho buildings on
Pennsylvania avenuo wero decorated in a
manner aurptssing any former occasion,
PENNSYLVANIA AVKNUB TO-NIOIIT
Is a scomi of animation und brilliancy
not known baro lor suvcral yours. Under
tbo brilliancy of Drtimmond lights,
placed nt frequent Intervals along tho
avenue, the surrounding buildings und
particularly tho cupltol nnd treasury
building, wcro shown must nttractivoly.
In thu flood of light tho largo glass build
ing of tho bontanical gardens is most
The reflection from wlilch enlivened tho
surroundings most pleasantly. Illumina
tion U not very general, owing to .
sevoro weather and high winds, but tho
number is large, and conspicuous build
ings on tho most prominent streets wuru
lighted up with hundred of gas J"ts, of
nil colors and grcut brilliancy. Thu Uro
works wero magnificent, particularly at
tho treasury dopartmont, whero an im
monie throng colluctcd to witness tho dis
play. BnRMAN AND TUB CADETS'
This afternoon tho West Point cadots
were reviowej by Oon. Shorman in front
of his residence Tho cadets had druis
parade, at tho conclusion of wlii.h they
stalked arms and by Invitation of Oon.
Shermtn, went into bis man. Ion, and were
entertained ffltb ipeicbci, and latroductd
to a larjo numbor of ladles.and ginttemon,
who bad beon Invited to ba present.
Wasuikoton, March 4. The reportof
tbo scnntii Invoillgatlng cnmmlttics in tho
cases of Clayton, Caldwell, Pomeroy and
Patterson, all w t over without action of
All tbo goneral appropriation bills ro
celved tho prosldont'a approval, to. other
with the following, among others, of Im
porlanco: Bill repealing tbo franking
privilege ; bill for rovislon and codification
of tho pension law, bill amendatory of hii
actcodllying tho postal laws; bill amend
ing nnd codifying hwi roluttng to mints
and coinage; bill reducing Internal rove
nuo force; btll for revision of statutes ol
tho United State, report to bo made In
December; bill authorizing construction
of 10 sloops of war, bill providing for salo
of cohI lands; bill paying awards of tho
Southern claim, a nnul' lion; bill to carry
Into effect urtlclcs of tho ucaty of Wash
ington, relating to fisheries; bill providing
for deposit of tho Ocnova award In the
treasury of tbo United Slates, by tho sub
stitute for tho bouso und senatu Ill's, pro
viding for its linmediato distribution.
Thu following was telegrapbod to-day:
To Judgo Edmund;, Uniloi Stutei sena
tor at Washington :
Thu eilizont of Louitlannn through
their commltti'o nf two hundred citlzuiu
respectfully and earnestly call upon tho
senatu ol the Unlti-d Stales to tako imma
diiitii action upon tho omdentlals of lion.
W L. McMilllarij and givn tho country
their judgmnnt upon tho question,
wl.i.i!r Uio McKnry government, which
we recocn'u and support, is not tho right
ful government of tho state.
Signed Titos. 11. A. Adami,
Aluanv, N. Y. March 4. Senato by a
voto of 7 to 15 refused to declaro Tweod'1
ADDRES3 OF PRESIDENT
GRANT ON BEING SWORN
HE WILL DEVOTE HIS COMING
TERM TO HARMONIZING
THE NORTH AND
HIS GP.TIF13ATI0N AT BEING
VIDUJA'IEI) BY A (IP. EAT
A.NU GOOD PEOPLE.
Tni! nUMIIENl'li INAfOURAI..
"Wasihnqton, ilurch 1 The following
is the president's inaugural :
Fellow-Citizcne Under providenco
I liavo Lft-n called n second time to act
as executive over thu grot nation. It
hns been my endeavor in the pHit to iniln
tain uli laws, and so fur ns ln within
my Hiwer. to aet for tho best interests of
ti.o whole peoplu. My best effort will bo
given in tho samo direction in future,
aidil, 1 trust, by my four years' experience
In office. "Whun my first lUrm ol offieo of
chief executive, began, thu country had
not recovered from the effects f a great
internal revolution, and thno of tba for
mer states f tho Uni'-n bad not been re
stored to thoir
It seemed to me that no new question
should lo raised to long as that condition
of utlalrs existed. Thereforo thu past four
years, so far ns I could control events,
hnvo beta consumed in nn effort to
Public credit, commorefl and all arts of
peaco and progress. It Is m flrniftn.
vlction that tho civllizeil world is tonding
toward rcpub'icnnlsni, or govornmont by
the poplo through their chosen represen
tatives, and th'it
otiu oueat nnrunLc
Is detind to bo tho guiding star to all
others. Under our republic wo support
an army loss than that of any European
power of niiy staudlrg, und a navy less
than that nf either of al least (Ivu of them.
Thero could bo no extension of territory
on this cinlinenl wnich would call for an
incruaso of this fore, but rathor might
such extension enable us to diminish it.
Tho theory of government changes with
gsnoral progress. Now that
Ij in ado nvtiilable for communicating
thought, together with tho rapid transit
by steam, ull purls of tho continent uro
made cont guous for nil purposes of gov
erumont, und communication between tho
oxtreinu limits of tho country Is miida can
iur tlmti It was throughout tho old thir
toeen states ut tho beginning of our on
EFFECT OF TUB WAIt.
Tho oflccts of tho luto civil war have
beon to free thu siavo and timko him n cit
izen, vet ho U not possessed of thu civil
rights which citlziiuship should carry with
it. This is wrong, nnd should bo cor
rected. To this correction I stand com
mitted so far as oxecutive influence can
Is n subject to bo levlslaied upon, nor
shall I uslt that uny thing bu done toud-
L vanco tbo social condition of tho colored
i i.i' o givo nun u cliunco to de
velop what is good in him. Olvo him
nereis to schools, and when ho travels let
him tout assured that hi conduct will rag
ulato thu treatment and, faro he will re
ceive. TIIK HTATKJS
Lately at war with tho general govern
ment are now happily reunited, und no ex
ecutive, control is exercised in any nno of
them that would not bo oxerclsod In uny
other stale unJer llko circumstances.
BAN D MINflO.
In tbo first year of the past administra
tion tbn proposition cams up for tho admis
sion of Stu Domingo at a territory of tho
union. It was not u question of my seek
In l'. but was a proportion from tho people
of Sun Domlniro, which I entertained, lie.
lievlrig as I did then, that it was for tho
best Interests of this country, and for tho
pojplo of San Domingo, and all conctrned,
that tho proposition should bo rocutved la
v nablv. It was, huwuvur, rcgardod con
stitutionally, und thereforo, thu subjtct
v,s nuver brought up i-iJhIu by
me. In tha lufire, whlld I bold
my prisetit ofllce, tbi subjuct of acqui
sition ol torntory must t.avo tho support
of tho peoplo Uforo I will reconrnend
any proposition looKing to such acqulil
tloii. I say, howavor, that I do not Uuro
io tho uppreher.slon hold by many, as to
tho danger of government buooining
wenkotied arid destroyed by roason of their
extension of torrltory. Cornmirce, oduca
tlon and rapid transit of thought and mut
tur by telegraph and steam, havo changed
all this. lttlher disbulluvo that tha
Ureal Maker is preparing tho world In
bis own good timo to becuino ono nation
and speak ono 1angug) whan ur
rules nnd navies nra no longor required.
My efforts In tho futuro wilt bo directed
to tbu restoration of good feeling between
tbo different sections of our common
country; to tho restoration of our currency
to u llx'ed valuation und standard In gold;
to tho construction of cheap routes of
transit thrcuuhout tho land, to tho end
that thu products of all sections may find
a market and leuvc a living remuneration
to tt.u producer ; to tbo mainlenanco of
friendly relations with all our neighbors,
Htid with distant nations ; to
tho titabll'hment of our own
commorcs und u tharo in tbo carrying
tradu upui thu ocean ; to tho encourage
ment of such manufacturing industries as
can bo economically used lu thli country,
to l lio end thHt exports of liomu products
Hnd industries may pay for our imports,
the only turomulbol of returning to, and
permanently maintaining, n specto basis;
to tho (.levalion of labor, and by a humane
course, to bring tho aboriuinoes of tho
ouutiy under tho benign Inlluonoo of cd
ucatioi and clvill.ttlnn. It is either this,
or a war of extermination, and wars en
gngeJ In by peoplo pursuing commerco
and sll tho indumie.l pursuits, nro expen
sive, even acalnil tho weakekt peoplu, and
nro Jemoraliz-d aud wicked. Our supe
riority of strength und advantages of clv
lllzition should mako us lenient toward
tbu Indian, for tbu wronc already inflicted
upon him should bo taken Into account,
and tho balance placed to bis credit.
TUC MORAL VIEW
Of tho question should bu considered, and
tilts question vskeu "Can tue inuian oe
Hindu u productivo member of society by
proper treatment?" When tho effort is
uudu in good lailh wu will stand beforu
thu civilized nations of thu earth, und in
our own coiuciunces, for havinc mado it.
All tbesn things uro not to bu accomplished
by ono individual, tut they will rccoivu
mv suiiport and such recommendation to
congress a will in my judgment best servo
to carry them Into -uect.
It has been and is my earnest desire to
to correct tho abuse) that have grown up
in thu civil-service of the country. To se
cure this reformation rules requirini; the
methods of appointment wero established.
Jly etlorls lor suca reformation snail ue
continued to tho best of my Judgment
and the spirit of tho rules adopted will bo
I acknowledge thu honor of this nssara
bUge, repreSMiitlog as It does, .very tec-
tloli of our country. Alio tna ouiiiiuiion
I am under to my countrymen for tha
great lioi.or they navo conferred on rue by
returning to rnu tnu nignesl nonor o: too
land, further obligations are resting on
me to render them tho beet services within
mv power. This I promiso, looking for'
wnrd with the greatest unxhty to the day
tvhen I shall bo reliuved from responsibil
ities that at timo- aro almost overwhelm
ing, and from which I Iihvu scarcely had
respite since the eventful tiring upon Fort
bumpier, April, lSiil, to tbo
present day. Mv si vices wero
then tendered and accepted un
der tho first call for troops growing out
of that event, I did not sk for place or
pomtlon, und whs entirely without influ
ence, or tho acquaintance: of persons of
iufluoiice, but was resolved to perrorm my
part In tbn struggle throateaing the very
existenco of th nation. I performed con
scientiously tho duty without ask
ing promotion or command, with
out a vengeful fooling towards
any section or nny individual. Notwith
standing this, throughout tho war and
from my cmdldacy for my present ofllc,
in 1803. to tho cloni of thu last presl-,
dentin! campaign, I bavo been tho subject
of abuts and landori scarcely over equal
led in political history, which to-day I feel
that I can afford to disregard in vinw of
vour verdict which 1 gratefully accept as
Vabuinoton, March 4. Tbn bill to ro
movo tho -disutilities of It. M. Hunter,
whilom sonntor from Virginia, passod.
At quartor patt eleven Senators Conk
ling and Trumbull, a committee nppninted
for the purpose, waited on the president,
who whs Ht tbo cnplto), and informed him
that unless ho had further communication
to mako the senate was ready to udjourn-
ri:o president replied ho hud nothing
further to present to congress, which was
reported to tho senato by tho committee,
und at a few minuics beforo twelve, tho
president elect, and cortege, Senator
Crngln, chairman of tho committeo tn ar
rangemunts, followed by mombors of tho
cabinet, eLtored tho chamber.
Vicu President Colfax then addressed to
tho senate a low parting words, at the and
of which, bo Introduced the now vlco pres
ident, tn whom bu administered tbn oath,
niter which tho bitter mudun few remarks.
Thu senato was then declared adjourned,
Vlco President Wilson then called th't
snnatuof tho Forty-third congress to or
der, uftcr which several now senators
wcro sworn lu,
Tho senate then proceeded to tbo portico
whoro tho inauguration cnremunlos took
placo.und returned ut and shortly
alter udjourned to Thu'sday next.
VAsmsaTON, March 4. Tho house mot
at 0.30, and quite a'numboruf bills passed,
nono of ibem, however, of goncral In
terest. On tbo approach of noon, spcuker
Bluino mado a biief address, and tbo
bouso adjourn ed.
After adjournment tbo members formed
In piocasslon and wont to tho snnato to
witness tbo Inauguration coramonlca.
ORGANIZATION OF TITB CON
SOLIDATED PACKET LINE.
THE CONSOLIDATED PACKET LIKE.
St. Loots, March 4. Tbo position of
tho now Upper Mississippi steamboat line,
tbo Kookuk and Northern Pac'ot com
pany, Is stated as follows: Cspt, J. S. Mc
Cune, prosident; Capt. W. S. Davidson,
gonoral superintendent; Thomas P. Grif
fith, secretary and treasurer. Thaexecu
tlvo committee composed of Capti. Mc
Cuno, Davidson and Thomas B. Rhodes,
will have tho managomont ot business, ap
pointment of officers, of steamors agents,
etc. E. W. Gould, John A. Ucuddor and
P. Conrad' will decide tho value of the
proportyof tho threo old lines, and deter
mine at what rate tbo stoamors shall be
turned into tho now company. The fol
lowing steamers will not bo comprised in
tho valuation, as tboy will be run in other
trades: John Kyle, City of Quincy, Tom
Jaspor, Savanna, Illinois and St. Johns.
New Orleank, March 4. Tho Volun-
teer Firo department to-day celebrated
tbslr thirty-fourth anniversary by n pro
cession. Thirty-ono companion wcro in
line, all looking well.
JURYMAN J,", T'lE SUANNEL
CASE JIlAUiw With uaV
ING BEEN INFLUENCED.
Hogs S4 4034 00; mostly $4 C0t 73.
New York, March. 4 Flour in fair
demand; super S3 8ifa0 Go: common to
, good to 7&7 60; good m choice $7 (50
o 4V, wolto wheat JL ou(aiu no.
Whukey quiet 92c. Vhsst very quiet;
No 2 Milwaukee afloat $ I 05; chuico in
sore SI 64; Inferior red Wtrtlern St Ti;
No 2 Northwest In store $1 68. Ityo quiet
9U95. Barley unchanged. Corn u
shade better; moderato demand; old Wes
tern mixed afloat CSJQOCc, In store Cfijc;
new Western mixed 046Sc; yellow
ti&65o. Oats neavv; new western
mixed 4860c. Coffee quiet, 182Q)c.
Pork firmur; now $10 OJjq bams lll'Jc;
shoulders 7; middles steady, L O 7J7Jc;
short clear 8c; April 8Jc. Lard firm,
with good demand for future; western
steam 88Jc; kettle f l3ic; March and
Ciiicaoj, March 4. Flour quiet.
Wheal dull, unsettled, lower; No 2 spring
casbtt 19Jt 19; April SI 21: No 3
$1 07, Corn quiet, woak, shade lower;
No '1 mixed 31 Jo; cash 82o April. Oats
dull and drooping 20Jo cash. ItyosUady;
No 2 60c. Barley dull, drooping; No'.'
fall 7l851c. Provisions in speculative
demand and higher. Pork $13 03 April,
$14 23 May. Lard steady S7 80 cash or
March; 8 00 April. Moats steady;
shoulders packed 60 bulk; country looso
4jc; salt ribs 0o; loose 6J0; 33 pounds
average Cc. Whiskey active and higher
Nr.wOatKA.vs. March 4. Corn qulot;
mixed 87Jc; white 40c. Bran easier,
$1 05. Hay tinner, prime $28030; choice
$33. Pork firmer $15 CO. Sugar firmer;
Inferior C7c; fair 71c; eood to fully fair
8J9c; prlmo Ojo Molasses; prime fer
menting C.o. Wblskev dull 00(o)0Sc:
others unchanged. Sterling 0; sight
premium. O 1d 14J. Cotton active; sale
fi 000: rood ordinary 17lfoll 7 5c: low mid
dling 18jc; middling 10j(10Ic; middling
urioint ii(ii)yJl, receipts oudu; oxpori
LIvorpool J,ui3. stocK .'ui,eu.i.
EXECUTION OP FOSTER SUS
attempt to rix a jukyman.
Nxw Yor.K, March 4. Mr. Mact, tho
12th Juryman in tho Scannel murdor trial,
i) charged with having spent an evening
recently at nn oyster saloon, whero an at
tempt was mado to tlx him in Scanners
favor. It is understood tho matter nas
beon presented to tho grand Jury.
Aluany, March 4. In consequence of
somo facts connoctod with the conviction
of Foster, Just presonted to tho governor,
he has directed the sherifl of tho city and
county of Now York to suspend the exe
cution of tho sentence till Friday, tbe aist
SOME PARTICULARS ABOUT THE
Illso and Kail ol tho lUvert
For 21 hours ending 3 p. m., March 4, 1873,
Fort Bent in..
TIIK BANK BWINDLI.
Lokdov, March 4. It Is reported that
tbo frauds on tbo bank of England amount
to $2,000,OUO,and that of this amount $360,
000 wasdrawn.on Jay Cooko, McCullougu
& Co.; 5200,000 upon the Rothschilds, and
a largo amount, tho oxact figures un
known, upon Barings. Some of these
houses nro said to bo making strenuous ef
forts to suppress tho details of the transac
tion. It is statud on what appears to be
good authority, that one of tbe members
of the. bouso of Rntbschlll went to New-
i gato to-day, and had an interview wttb
Noyes, nn alleged occomplico of tho
swindlors, and that startling revelations of
ilioir operations were mode, tbe nsturo ol
which Is kept secret for the present.
Washington, March 4. Probabilities
For Wednesday in Now England cold
northwesterly winds; bucking to westerly,
with ccld wcutbor. For Mi""- 0"d Uoulb
Atlantic states risif oaromoter and tern
peraturo, clear wcathor, diminishing
winds. For Gvlf statos winds veering to
northwest, with rising temperature and in
creasing cloudlnoss, and possibly rain,
with southwest winds on Texas coast.
For lako region generally falling baromc
tor and temperature, southwesterly winds
and partly cloudy weather. For Upper
Lakes nnd Northwest brisk southorly
winds cloudy and threatening weather
preceding a storm in tho Northwest. For
California nnd Oregon coast threatening
and rainy weather. Cautionary slgnrls
contlnuo nt Norfolk, Cape May, New
York, Boston, Portland and Now London.
New Yonif, March 4. Money Uringcnt;
although there wcrolnteivnU of comparative
case Time loans 7 per cent., and commaud
of 1 per cent, for thirty days, and 1) for
nlxty day. Sterling heavy, 7i8. Oold
strong, UJni; closlng,?15 bid; louiu 7 per
cent., t ) 1-32 for carrylug and 1-01 lor bor
rowing. Clcuritigvno-halfnitllloii. Treasury
disbursements 87,700. Governments very
dull nud uteady. Hcctiritlcs dull. Itallroad
bonds more uctlvo.
Coupons of '81 18); 0.20s of '02 16; of
'til log; of '03 lU;nuw of '05 l4;of '07 fill;
coupons of '08 loj; new Ss 13J; 10-40 1JJ;
currency 0s 14.
St. Louts, Eeb. 4. Flour dull, at 10
13o lowur on XXX. Whoat quiet and
unchanged, No, 3 spring suit at 1 270
1 23; do No,
2 1 23(7nl
fall 1 78(1 80; No. !i TOO. Corn opened
anil aud closed nrmor, no. i mixoa, Jsru)
33o. Oats active and easier No. 2 mixed
27c; No. 2 whilo mixed, 3oC Barley dull
llyo inactive offered at 03c. Pork firm at
14'4Jc; d. s. meats strong; loose should
ers, 4e; packed, fijc; clear rib, 70; clear
sides, 7 jo. Bacon firm; shoulders. 0U.--;
clear rlo, 88e; clear slde,8$; hams,
12lio. Lard nominally unchanged;
1,1 1. m 1m loaf anil ruHnAd. 7l(ol8o.
Ulgh wines steady at 66c, Cattla dull, f
34; No. 8 red
observer Sig. Ser. U. 8. A.
St. Louis, Murch 4. Arrived: Yaeger
from New Orlaans. Deparied: Bee lor
New Orleans; Orand Town for Memphis.
Uiver falling slowly, and a good dual of
ieo running. Weather clear aud warmer,
but still cold.
E'AMbViLLK, March 4. Weather
clear and cold. Mercury 9 to 24 degrees.
Kiver fell 3 feet. Up: Ada lieiliuua, 1
p.m., Fayette, 0 a,m, Bawling Green, 1
p in., Florence Lee, 2 p.m., (juickstep, 6
p.m, Potomac, 3 p.m. Down: Louisville
and Mary Anient, 7 a.m., He recules and
barges, 10 a.m., Diamond und bit rues,
1 p.m., Itose lllto, 0 p.m., all with good
trips, uusiness goou ancs active.
ci.N'cisiifAii, uarcn 1. uiver railing.
Arrived: Andy Baum, Mumubis; Mollio
Moore, Pitlsbure; Cbas. Bodmann, Now
Orleans; K P lludsun, Wbeoling, De
parted: Mollio Ebort, New Urleuus.
Clear and moderating.
Pittsburg, Mnrcti 4. River receding
slowly with 3 feetO Inches. The weather
has been cloudy and cold during the day,
mercury ranging from to lit degrees
above. No change in rivermattors. The
Junirta has laid up at Bocbestor.
Louisvjllk, March 4.- Biver falling;
7 feet 8 inches canal; 8 feet chuto. Tba
rive' is two thirds full of floating ice,
made In tbe last 3C hours, two to four in
ches thick ; it Is flinty and sharp, and
greatly In the way of steamors- Weather
clear and cold with mercury 3 at 0 am.,
27 at noon, 23 at 6 p.m. Only packets
Meufuis, March 4. Weather olear
and cold. Uiver fallen 1 Inch. Arrived,
Probasco from Cincinnati; Legal Tender
from White river. Departed: Dxter
and Bello Memphis for tit. Louis; James
Howard and Mlnneola for New Orleans;
Oho Wolfie for Red rlvor; Mary Boyd and
Armadillo for Arkansas river.
Nashville, March 4. River station
ary with 12 fuet large on Harpetb Shoals.
Weather fair and cold. Arrived : Ty
rone. Uatro. uepartoa: juia ilugner,
Nxw On lean h, March 4. No arrivals.
Departed : Continental. St. Louis.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Viombuho, March 4;--Down: Sub
marine Uov. Alton and Nutchez. Up:
Great Republic, Thus Sh'irlock. Weather
clear and cold. Rivor rising.
Little Rock, ivTaich 4 River station
ary With O foet 7 inones 01 water.
wnatner clear anu pieasant. Arrived :
Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
A FAIRSOilOOLMISTKESS AND
HEK IMPATIENT LOVER.
A brief not told him the news, and, with
a heart us full of love and constancy as
over, he hastened to his inamorata and
wanted to marry her on the spot ; but
she 'didn't know about that. The term
for which sho bad engaged to teach could
not explro until the first vt
July ; yet the trustees of tbe school would
accept her resignation,!' etc., etc.
Rut tbe trustees were unsympathising;
tbey did not wunt tbo school to be inter
rupted in tbo middle of the session, and
they wero bard-hearted enough to bold
the lady to her contract. To bor mind
tho situation began to look cainpllcatcd.
There was tbe recalled lover on ono band,
saying now or navor, on tha other tbo
school trustors Insisting en tbe fullflllment
of the bond. Something must bo done,
and that quickly, and tbU was tho compro.
Who would get Into bor lovor's buggy,
which was standing by, and accompany
blm to Danville, where the marriago
ceremony could be performed; after which
bo was to brim; hor bark to lior school, nnd
thero Jdvu bor, and not show himself In
her prcssnco until the first of Ju'y, the
timo when her school term would be
Tho compromise was agreed upon.
Tl.oy came here, worn married, and im
mediately set out on their return to tho
school-house; and now tho lady baa a
husband, tbn gentleman a wife, and tho
machinery of that educational institute
suffered interruption only for a part of a
Ilerr Wagenor,ttn Prussian state coun
cillor, accused ot selling railway concess
ions, is a confidante aud protege of Chan
A young servant girl has boon sent
to Jail In Loudon, England, for a month,
In dutault of paying a fino of 5, having
besn convicted of tulsoly tolling her em
ployer that sho bad never beforo been at
Princo Blsmnrk wears a military cos
Uir.u for economy of time, saving, as be
says, one hour each day, or a month oaeh
year by refraining from dressing four
lines each day. lie might economize fur
ther bv never undressing.
Dr. Dissel, tho chaplain of a Dutch
ship, who was severely trosted while
wrongly imprisoned in London for an at
rocious murder, is tho recipient of a con
tribution amounting to $0,000. Besides
this the British govornmont pays his ex
penses to Brazil, whero he Is to rejoin his
Rev. Cupel Molyneux, who lately re
signed the vicarage ot St. Paul's, Onslow
Square, London, worth $7,600 a year, has
now left tbo English Church and an
nounced bis intention to preach tho Oos
pol outside of that sect, which be accuses
of soceding from truo doctrine and aposto
Sangi-Okuma-Shsganobu has been ap
pointed chief commissioner for Japan at
the Vienna exhibition and also tbe ex
hibition about to take place in England.
been appointed sub-commissioner for
Japan ot the above exhibitions.
The wifo of Marshal Serrano would
not hold the baby son of King Araadeus
at the ceremony of bis presentation to tho
Spanish nobility. At the last moment the
widow of Oen. Prim was substituted for
tho chief lady of the chamber. This was
ona of the vexations which sent tho
Savoyard out of Madrid.
Tbo curato of St. Giles' church,
Northampton, England, Is a Christian of
litoral beliefs. He was lately found sit
ting, with his Bible open at the chapter
In which is tho verse, "If thy right band
offend thee," dec and having his right
band almost severed from bis rist. Ills
right oyo wn- ulso injured, as if ho had
tried to probe it out with bis finger.
General Mlchnel Cziiykowski, who
has returned tn Poland after forty years'
xtlo and servtco In tbe Turkish army,
whoro he Is known as Sadyk Pasha, now
declares blmself n zealous supporter of the
Russian trovornmant. He thinks If tha
Poles bad not drifted into an insane rebel
linn acalnst Alexandor II. they would be
a happier and morn respected people than
they are. The rboicn now. be believes, is
between Russiflcailnn and Germanism.
SsTUVISs. TIHWAISJS, t,T,
Cor. Louhvlllo Courlcr-Jourual
Danvillk, ICy.. Fob. --'8, IB73.
Danviliu is uuo of thu most attractive of
tbe lesser cities of our '-noble old Common-
wealth." She nttlucts peoplo from a dis
tance evon as tbu magnut attracts tno
little piece of steel. When peoplo can
think of nothing elso to comb here for,
they coma hero to get married, as two
couples did this week, ono from Parks-
.... ... . . w .1 I I t
vine, ana me otner irom un nojnimni:
county. Connected with the last is some
thing bordering on tho romantic. Tho
lady, It seems, bal boon teaciiing seiioui 10
O county for somo timo past, and
whilo so s-ngaged was, last
fall, courted by the gentleman who
lives In a littlo town some dls-
tanco from where tho scnooi is locaieu.
The gentleman was reJecUd, and retired to
bis home disconsolate and forlorn. He
thought tho world was cold and hollow,
and wished that bo had lived in tno
aire of Francisco, tuai ne mignt ny to
Venice and fling bis weary life away In
h.Mia mitn the Turk. Rut since that
time the lady bai been gradually relent
ing, and a few days ago bad fully roltnted.
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